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Working on some blog design

by Christian Scholz on August 31, 2008

So today I was a little bored and thought I might work on some new blog design as the requirements are changing. The problem with my blog is that there is a german and english version of many things, like (…)

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TOPFtäglich #41, 28.8.2008: Die Kaukasus-Krise, Open Coffee Club, FrOSCon

by Christian Scholz on August 28, 2008

(link zum Video) Shownotes Michail Saakaschwili – Die Maske ist gefallen Dmitri Medwedew – Warum ich Südossetien und Abchasien anerkennen musste FrOSCon

Das Heilsche Zwitscherdrama und die deutschen Blogger

by Christian Scholz on August 27, 2008

The Secretary-General of german socialists party SPD Hubertus Heil is in Denver these days and twittering about his findings. As one of the first german high-profile politicians he thus starts a dialog with ordinary people. German newspapers just find this (…)

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A first look at repoze.bfg

by Christian Scholz on August 25, 2008

If you are a Zope developer you maybe have heard about repoze.bfg. Recently I was checking it out to see what one can do with it and if it’s useful for me. What is repoze.bfg In short repoze.bfg is an (…)

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FrOSCon: OpenStreetMap presentation by Andy Robinson

by Christian Scholz on August 24, 2008

This talk was given by Andy Robinson at FrOSCon who is the secratary of the OpenStreetMap Foundation at the moment. The Foundation is just for promoting the project not for controlling it. The control is pretty much in the community’s (…)

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APML V1.0 (initial draft) now available

by Christian Scholz on August 21, 2008

The APML workgroup did it: The initial draft of APML v1.0 is now ready for public review. The workgroup is dedicated to quickly ratify this and move on with the next revision. Congratulations! APML stands for Attention Profiling Mark-up language (…)

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Mein DataPortability-Interview im Deutschlandfunk

by Christian Scholz on August 20, 2008

Monday evening my interview about DataPortability in the german radio program Deutschlandfunk was finally aired. If you understand german feel free to listen to it. One note though: I am not an official spokesperson for the DataPortability for Germany (or (…)

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TOPFtäglich #40, 19.8.2008: Auf in’s offene Metaverse!

by Christian Scholz on August 19, 2008

This episode is of course about the launch yesterday: syntronik.de (Link zum Video) Shownotes syntronik.de COM.lounge Plone pyogp Technorati-Tags: topftäglich, snytronik.de, metaverse, virtualworlds, secondlife

Making the metaverse portable (with Plone)!

by Christian Scholz on August 19, 2008

One idea which is bouncing around among people interested in data portability is to only have one user account and freely go from service to service, taking your data with you. No need to signup again and again, importing your (…)

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TOPFtäglich #39, 18.8.2008: blogoscoop + Der freiwillige Überwachungsstaat?

by Christian Scholz on August 18, 2008

In this monday episode I talk about german blog ranking servive blogoscoop and how a world would look like in a society where everybody is life-streaming. TOPFtäglich #39, 18.8.2008: Der freiwillige Überwachungsstaat? (Link zum Video) Shownotes Blogoscoop